Curiouser and curiouser.

The world, that is.

It has become common knowledge, that we need to change our way of life and the systems we live in if we want to avoid the negative impacts of climate change that people are already experiencing around the world.

This website points out toward initiatives, alternatives and knowledge already out there, while also offering its own opinions on issues in society such as gender, sexuality, environment and consumerism.

In my view, the best things we have in this world are each other and the ecosystem. People and nature. Yet, I sometimes find it can be hard to navigate through all the different information, opinions and ways of living that we come across. Knowing and changing one’s behaviour can be an unpleasant experience, but experiencing stigma and climate crisis is much more unpleasant. As so many others, I think it’s crucial that we try to change our habits and stop supporting what’s harmful to the planet and others, and being curious and open is a great way to start.

I’m a white, middleclass, Scandinavian woman, and I think there’s a lot of depressing stuff going on in the world, but I also think the most meaningful thing to do is react, in whatever way we’re individually and collectively capable.